12:00 am - 4:00 am
NYC Mayor Eric Adams doubles down on call for changes to city's 'sanctuary' status amid migrant crisis
New York City Mayor Eric Adams spoke to a crowd in Brooklyn Monday night, saying sanctuary city laws needed to be modified so migrants breaking the law could be deported.
NYC bodega worker fatally shot in head over refusal to give away Black & Mild cigar, mother says
A Brooklyn bodega worker was shot and killed Monday by someone who wanted a free cigar, his mother told reporters at the scene of the killing
Immigrant wearing ‘F--- YOU ALL’ hoodie among more than a thousand dropped off in San Diego
An immigrant wearing a “F--- YOU ALL" hoodie was among more than 1,500 immigrants dropped off on the streets of San Diego after funding dried up for a city-funded immigration center.
SoHo hotel murder suspect Raad Almansoori crawled under bathroom stall to attack Arizona woman, police say
Maricopa County prosecutors asked a judge Monday to hold NYC murder suspect Raad Almansoori without bail as he faces a slew of violent charges in Arizona.
Florida Uber driver sold drugs to detectives in town for narcotics investigation convention: authorities
A Crestview, Florida Uber driver was arrested last week after allegedly trying to sell LSD and mushrooms to detectives in town for a narcotics officers' convention.
NYC medical school goes tuition-free after billion-dollar donation
A $1 billion donation announced Monday by former professor Ruth Gottesman has led the Albert Einstein College of Medicine to begin admitting students tuition-free.